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Local homeless to get chance in Atlanta
A loader scrapes up trash and other debris Oct. 25 underneath the Queen City Bridge. Crews from the Georgia Department of Transportation and an state inmate crew cleared the encampment of items left behind.
Five homeless men from Hall County will be selected to join a workforce training and transitional housing program in Atlanta “in an act of community partnership.” Gainesville resident Doug Hanson has spearheaded the effort to connect Georgia Works! with the Northeast Georgia region. “In conjunction with the closing of the Queen City Bridge homeless camp, a request was made to Georgia Works! for possible enrollments in Atlanta,” Hanson said.